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Tel Aviv is truly a 24-hour destination. Here night owls ease their way into the evening over late, languid dinners, then either enjoy a quiet drink at one of the city’s laid-back lounges that stay open until the wee hours of the morning, or head to a thumping nightclub that jams until sunrise.
Café Suzanna, located on Shabazi Street, is a favorite of Forbes Travel Guide’s editors and has one of the nicest — and largest — outdoor terraces in town. This convivial neighborhood mainstay stays open until 2 a.m. every night, while the gorgeous rooftop bar is open until 1 a.m. This is also a great place to sop up early-evening overindulgence with delicious late-night snacks.
Although it’s a chain, coffee bar Aroma, which has branches popping up around the States, is a far superior alternative to Starbucks. Most locations in Tel Aviv are open 24 hours a day and offer free Wi-Fi for paying customers – perfect for a late-night catch-up on emails. The chai latte here is delicious, as are the alfajores (South American-style sandwich cookies made of soft shortbread with a dulce de leche filling).
Other recommended late-night hotspots include Silon on King George Street and the wildly popular Nanutchka on Lilinblum Street, but take a short walk in any popular nightlife area and you’re bound to stumble upon a number of other appealing options as well.